I read that body butters are supposed to have the consistency of, well, butter and melt on the skin as butter, but, without it's greasiness, in that aspect, this one delivers.
This butter is the most moisturizing product this VERY dry gal has found so far, I used to use Burt's Bees Apricot Oil, but it took a while to absorb, it stained my clothes and by night I needed to moisturize again, not so with this one!.
The fragrance is delicious, it smells like a mango smoothie, it is a little strong when putting it on, but it mellows out into a faint scent that lasts quite a long time.
Since it is so moisturizing, a little bit goes a long way and since it softens up when in contact to the skin, it is easy to spread.
It comes in a big 7 oz. jar, made entirely of plastic, with a big screw on lid, easy to scoop out, no worries if you drop it, a great choice if you want to have it with you in your bag, your car, or suitcase, although is a little to big for a purse.
And the price?: it costs 5 dollars, I know what you are thinking, the price isn't that good, but, let me tell you, I have been using it all week, after every shower and in my hands every time I wash them, and it still looks like brand new, hardly any butter missing from the jar (gah!, did I explained myself here?).
I learned that this brand; Tree Hut has three other body butters, Shea Butter, Nut Butter and Kiwi
Butter, and you can find them at Wal-Mart, Target and Amazon.com, I think I might just try them all!.